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Oct 7, 2012 8:00am PDT
socioeconomic groups, higher educated and who don't have children or delay child bearing and turns out that marin has a higher preponderance of women who fit into that category. >> uh. >> and the other factor might be wine, might be one issue and one of the other factors might be and they have their ovaries out, they may go on estrogen to alleviate menopausal symptoms. >> uh-huh. >> and if they don't and decide to go on hormone replacement therapy to alleviate menopausal symptoms, they need to take a combination of estrogen and progesterone -- . >> not to send it into next week? >> and that is used to protect the uterus from routian cancer. >> huh. >> you don't have one, you don't need it. >> and what if you have it out and didn't have the ovaries out? >> you may need treatments and the symptoms are severe. when you are looking at hormone replacement therapy, times -- seems like it may have more negative effects on the breast and one of the things that is common in marin is fewer women have hysterectomies and that might be part of it. fewer women having hick the rest -- hysterectomies and i
Oct 14, 2012 8:00am PDT
money for education. they kind of do the same thing. 30 says we will tax people over $250,000 a year for seven years and ups the sales tax by a quarter percent for everybody across the board. if i don't make $250,000 but i shop i will pay a little more. if i did i would be paying more and paying more at the marketplace. proposition 38 increases taxes i believe for everybody, but it uses a sliding scale. i wonder what that is exactly. and there is no sale's tax and that is molly munger's thing, the first thing being jerry brown. do they compete with each other or are they good for next. >> basically they are different. the governor is trying to save the state from severe cuts and services for people up and down the line, where one is concentrated totally upon education and that is molly munger's 38. to that degree they are different and the governor is hoping you will think about the loss of the services more than you will think about the tax increase for those making over $250,000. >> which will be harder on the average person if it passes? >> well, i think molly's prop 38 is over a
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